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    Question Concept Bows

    Does anyone have an opinion about the Concept Bows?



    I am a 5 foot tall woman with a 24.5 inch draw length, and I am pulling a Diamond Edge 2008 at 41 lbs. I have been shooting for about 6 months, and I would like a better bow.

    I am willing to pay whatever it takes to buy what I want. I just don't know what's out there.

    I have shot the Diamond Black Ice and the Bowtech Equalizer. I am considering the Stacey Sawtooth.

    I don't know that I will ever hunt with it, but I do enjoy competitive shooting and took 3rd in my first women's open category.

    I love 3D shoots.


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    My wife shoots an 07 Equalizer and she loves it, her is set at 42-43 lbs... U can't go wrong with the Equalizer.
    06 BowTech Allegiance L/H/ 70lbs 360gr arrow@315 f.p.s
    08 Bowtech 82nd AirBorne L/H 70lbs 361gr arrow @327 f.p.s
    14 Obsession Evolution L/H 70lbs 354 gr arrow @340 f.p.s

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    Wow pretty long draw for 5' tall ?

    Bows to look at is Elite Cuda, and the new Bowtech bows go down to 24"
    also the new Diamond Iceman goes to 24" as well
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    24.5 draw

    Several Concept bows go down to 24 and 1 goes to 22 draw.All can be had in 40lb.The bows are 99 to 80 let off,very easy to draw at that weight and hold very steady with a solid wall.The advantage to a Concept bow,is that you can hold steady with little effort and make the shot when you want not when the bow wants.I think a Concept bow would be very good for you.
    I am the old owner of Concept bows and I designed them with the ease of shooting in mind. Call the new boys at Concept and they can help you with the best bow that suits your needs.
    www.conceptarchery.com

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    Hoyt Ultra Elite and Martin Mystic...both great target/comp type bows that are available in 24 in draw.

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    concept bows are the best

    Try Concept I think you will find the bows will fit every need

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    no joke

    i think Sarah Palin has a bow out. not sure which company makes it but i'll look if i get the time. it is pink. unless i really got duped.

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    The Concept loks like a good choice, also takea look at the Martin Leopard, and cheetah

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    Needing help

    Concept, I'm trying to PM you but can't. I have a question about my new Concept 99. Can you PM me or email me please? Thanks

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